That attribute bug in MDS will be resolved in CTP3.3

Hi there,

Happy New Years to each and everyone šŸ˜‰

Just looked at the connect ticket for the MDS attribute bug I blogged about before christmas, and it turns out that the bug will be resolved in SQL Server 2016 CTP3.3

Posted by Nithesh [MSFT] on 12/22/2015 at 4:59 PM
The resolution for this issue will be provided in upcoming monthly release of SQL Server 2016 – CTP3.3
https://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/Feedback/Details/2108307
Great news.

Found a possible bug in MDS

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UPDATE : Upvote the connect task

UPDATE : Tested on SQL 2016 CTP3.1

Today, working on Master Data Services 2014 (MDS)Ā at a client, I ran into some strange behavior from both the MDS website and the MDS Excel Add-In.

For some reason there is a limit to the length on attributes in an entity, in my opinion there should not be limitations on the attribute length, as it should be up to the users to decide. Continue reading →

Rehfeld takes Manhattan, join us

2015-04-16 13_48_17-StoreDear Reader,

We have the pleasure to invite you to join 3 of our best consultants when they participate and speak at SQL Saturday in New York city on May the 30th.

Join us to learn more about the future of Microsoft Business intelligence stack. Power BI, predictive analytics and Machine Learning. Enabling you to have a deeper understanding of how the Microsoft BI stack will look in the future.

SQLSaturdays are a free 1-day training events for SQL Server professionals that focus on local speakers, providing a variety of high-quality technical sessions, and making it all happen through the efforts of volunteers. Only cost will be travel and accommodation.

Rehfeld will do the planning to ensure that we beside the event get time to network and share knowledge and answer questions together with the Rehfeld speakersand other participants.

The New York event will take place on Time Square at Microsoft Office and will be delivered by 70 speakers from all over the globe making sure of the quality and the diversity of the sessions. Where ever you are interested in development, Business intelligence or infrastructure this is the place to be on May the 30th.

We are also planning a Round table event with program managers from Microsoft, where we can have an informal discussion about the SQL ServerĀ Road-map, Power BIĀ Road-map, and ask questions to the experts.

But be fast because the seating is limited. Make sure to give us your feedback as soon as possible to tek@rehfeld.dk

Please mail us and indicate if this would be interesting, and we will start plan the trip.

Looking forward to seeing you in New York.

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SQLHangout #27 – Masterdata Management

10464090_597745237028589_7075839414948005691_nBack in the early spring of 2014 I was speaking at SQLSaturday Copenhagen, I gave a speak about Masterdata Management and automation of some of the processes in this area. And while there, I ran in to Boris Hristov ( t | b ) and we had a great talk about SQL server, SQLSaturdays and a generally had a good time. Continue reading →